Barred from Fort Mchenry.

Started Feb 12, 2009 | Discussions thread
Jay Bean Veteran Member • Posts: 3,661
Re: Here it is in writing, from the NPS... AGAIN.

You just made my point when you said "then somebody needs to hire an attorney and make a lawsuit out of it and end it"

The NPS policies are law until taken to court and overturned.

Now, whether the OP or the ranger correctly interpreted the law is another matter altogether.

Daniel Lee Taylor wrote:

Jay Bean wrote:

The NPS policies were decided by Congress hence they are they law.
Whether that law is constitutional is another matter altogether -- it
is the law until either a court strikes it down as unconstitutional,
or until Congres changes it.

Let me stress two things to you in the strongest possible way I can
without being rude or cursing:

A) The NPS policies have been posted here repeatedly and DO NOT IN
ANY WAY support Gary's position, or the position of the woman who
confronted Buzzzman.

B) Even if they did, NO LAW IS VALID WHICH VIOLATES THE CONSTITUTION.
Period. Full stop. This is not a questionable area of Constitutional
law. The courts have ruled on it. Repeatedly.

If this is what's happening in national parks, then somebody needs to
hire an attorney and make a lawsuit out of it and end it.

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